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Happy New Year!

 

We love that Bountiful Baskets saves people lots of money, and that’s certainly a large part of our mission! AND… the value extends way beyond that. Are serious about making changes in how you eat? Take a look at these things:

Variety and Selection – We all have our favorites, but science shows that changing it up and getting a full complement of fruits and veggies really helps our health. There are different phytonutrients in each fruit and vegetable and they are each beneficial in their own way! We get local whenever we can, and that reduces our carbon footprint and gets you seasonal produce at its peak.

Timeline and Accessibility – Commitment to eat a basket a week, or one every other week, keeps you on track! It provides incentive to eating whole foods and reducing other not-so-nutritious snacks. If you want to see how much better you can feel, eliminate added sugar and processed foods in favor of fruits and vegetables!

Community and Accountability – Get involved at your site! The friendships and fun will keep you coming back and eating healthy. Having a social aspect to your changes will really help them stick! It’s nice to be part of a group is passionate about produce and can suggest recipes and fun ways to eat the variety you get!

Carrots
Approx 25 lbs

 

Shredded, roasted, steamed, peeled and dipped, juiced, pressure canned, pickled, par boiled and frozen, carrots are multi-use! Roast them for a naturally sweet treat. My kids cheer when they see that big bag – it means apple/carrotjuice is on the menu for the week! Grab some celery and onions and chop up a bunch for mirepoix and throw in the freezer for easy starts to innumerable savory dishes!

Grapefruit

Approx 48 count

 

Grapefruit are chock-full of Vitamin C and have many other health benefits – exactly what we want during wintertime!

Pears

Approx 110 count
Approx 40 Lb

Pears fresh, pears bottled, pear tart, pear crisp, pear pie, pear cake, pear salad, pear relish, pear butter, roasted pears, poached pears! The sky is the limit!

Poblano Chiles
Fresh chiles
Approx 20 Lbs

 

Often called Pasilla or Poblano chiles interchangably, these are the chiles that make my favorite dish – chile rellenos! Poblanos tend to be a mild chile, but every so often can surprise you with some heat. Great in sauces like mole. Roast and peel, then can or freeze (or throw straight into eggs! Yum!) Roasted and dried, poblano chiles are called ancho chiles. 

 

It is imperative that you are at your pickup location within your twenty minute window
 

You must open & quality inspect your Add-On Items before you leave your pickup site. Once you have signed for your items and left, we cannot offer a credit for quality issues.

PLEASE NOTE: Participants MUST have their Contribution Confirmations PRINTED or DIGITALLY, in their entirety, when picking up items. Please bring a complete paper or digital copy (e.g., via smart phone, tablet, camera) of your Contribution Confirmation to your site each time you participate.

 

 

 

Remember! It takes everyone for Bountiful Baskets to be great!

 

Pitch in how you can, when you can!

 

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